Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock insists his team have continued to improve despite their poor position in the table. The Bluebirds have won just one game all season and they are 19th in the Premier League table.
Last weekend’s defeat to Leicester saw them drop into the bottom three and many expect Warnock’s men to be in the same position come May.
While Warnock admits his team need to improve at the back, he insists they have improved each week of the season.
He told the club’s official website: “It was a difficult week last week for everybody. Certain players felt it more than others. At the end of the week to come away with nothing was a huge disappointment.
“The one consistent thing is the training has been fantastic. They’re a great bunch of lads. We know we’re a bit limited, but I can’t fault the attitude and that’s our best chance with the squad we’ve got – to give us a little bit more.”
He added: “I think as a team we’ve improved nearly every game since the Bournemouth game and we’ve played far more football than people give us credit for.
But it’s about getting the balance, we have changed and now we need a bit of luck. My wife says my luck is changing from today, so I can’t argue with my wife. “But every game is winnable for us until Christmas if we have a good day. If we didn’t win it wouldn’t be the end of the world, but Saturday is one we want to win.”